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The Best of Runway SS16

Since the fashion world had just seen the latest from New York and London as we penned this, we then give you the initial report from the 3/4 of Big Four. Our eyes were fixed

Since the fashion world had just seen the latest from New York and London as we penned this, we then give you the initial report from the 3/4 of Big Four. Our eyes were fixed on Carolina Herrera, Proenza Schouler and Victoria Beckham with their surprisingly and stunningly remarkable mix of feminine trends. Including the bare shoulders, cut out sleeves, asymmetrical silhouettes and fluid overalls. There was a splashing of blacks, whites and pinks, coupled with risky and daring techniques. Here, we bring you the best of fashion for Spring/Summer 2016 from New York, London and Milan Fashion Weeks.






Philipp Plein

He can, like no one else, create suspense and curiosity toward the show, since it’s not just a clothes presentation, but is more of a journey, accompanied by good music and an amazing location. Courtney Love opened the show, with the screen naming the models, one by one. Robots playing drums and guitars, gave the show that metal-rock-touch the brand is proud to represent.

Black and leather are the real symbols for Philipp Plein. Leather caps and sunglasses, delivered to models directly on the catwalk by other robots. Bomber jackets and skirts, evening dresses embroidered in gems. Black Feather tutu dress handmade in Florence made an appearance in the middle of the show.



Miuccia Prada named the SS16 collection post classic.

Notable transformation for the dress and coats, which became almost masculine, thanks to the presence of contrast in colour.

The main message of this collection is not only how it could change the modern classic, but how it could transform even the historical classics. The journey ends with evening dresses, light organza embroidered with sequins, which also adorne coats giving the result of simulating flowers.



Round, soft, elegant- this could be the description for Fendi SS16 collection. Shorts, balloon skirts opened the show and gave the idea of a trip back through the years, as the shapes and volumes of shirts and jackets recalled different eras. Phythons jackets and trench coats, quilted denim pieces, puffed sleeves on shirts, dresses with rectangular cuts mid-back, punk broches on both dresses and jackets.


Dolce & Gabbana

The show is a declaration of love to the Italian culture. A collection that should be viewed with the same effort and passion as you would with classic books, or cinema masterpieces. This collection is a diary of Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana reporting, page after page, of wonderful feelings that come to their minds every time they think of their country. The collection is a journey through the long adventure of beauty, art and Italian culture. It is a declaration of love to the Italian originality.



Alessandro Michele managed to create a collection with the simplicity the brand is known for. At the same time, the creative director is not scared to deliver his message, which can be defined by 2 main words: “no rules”. The concern of staying away from rules is palpable, even at the risk that the anarchy itself becomes a rule. That’s why this collection, the second signed by Alessandro Michele, appears as a long journey, where feelings are different, contradictory and hostile.



The debut of Massimo Giorgetti, creative director of Pucci, brings a revolution of pop; a few concepts, but clear. Tulle, shoes with feathers, metallic fabrics, lace and sequins stacked in two layers, embroideries and prints of mermaids and sailors.

Pucci has to come back to where it started, dressing the many on different occasions that take place in everyday life. Pop culture set the pace in this new Pucci by Giorgetti.

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